Disclaimer: My journey with different community groups over the last decade has not been all bad. In fact, little of it has been bad. It’s been pleasant for the most part. But in the last few years, especially the college ones, I’ve grown more and more averse to the trendy-Christian…

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Proverbs 31 is easily the most referenced passage in the Bible when it comes to teaching ladies and girls how to become godly women. Some might say this is for good reason, and maybe it’s so often used because it appears to be the only chapter in the Bible wholly…

Proverbs 31 is easily the most referenced passage in the Bible when it comes to teaching ladies and girls how to become godly women. Here are just a few of the favorite Biblical women my friends and I have learned so much from in addition to Proverbs 31:

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Up until recently, whenever I heard the verse, “The joy of the Lord is your strength,” or any biblical snippet about joy really, I heard a command. And people often have used that verse and others like it to inform of us why we should be joyful. From these kinds…

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We think we are obligated to so many things. Things that are not required of us or even asked of us by God. We think we must be actively part of a small group. We think must pour into friendships that never deepen beyond the surface despite our sincerest efforts. I…

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I’ve always disliked the story of Mary and Martha. Whenever it was the topic of a sermon in church or a ladies’ bible study, I mentally checked out. At those times, I didn’t identify with either woman and did not foresee how I ever could. Sure, Mary is the sweet…

I've always disliked the story of Mary and Martha. I didn't identify with either woman and did not foresee how I ever could...Oh. I'm a Martha. Not a traditional Type-A, high-strung Martha, but I'm a different kind of Martha. Maybe you are too.

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